Ribbitt. A Southfield woman was less than 'hoppy' when she discovered a live frog that had been sealed in a bag of organic spinach she had purchased at a local Meijer.

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Amber Worrick says it was actually her daughter who discovered the animal - alive and well - after they returned home from the store.

"My daughter was screaming, she was like 'Oh my God, it’s a frog,' and I was like, 'What?'"

Southfield Woman Brought Jokes

Worrick joked that she doesn't want to be forever known as 'The Frog Lady,' so she asked Detroit's WJBK-TV to not show her face in the video below.

She also quipped, "Just thank God I didn't eat the frog!"

Worrick notes that she didn't notice the frog or feel anything wiggling in the package during her shopping trip at the store, located on Telegraph at 12 Mile in Southfield.

A Full Refund

Worrick tells the TV station she immediately took the spinach (and the frog) back to the Meijer store, and got a full refund. Meijer employees were apparently tasked with rehoming the creature, outside the store.

Triple Washed?

The organic spinach originated from Taylor Farms, which claims on the package that the produce is triple-washed. Worrick has a hard time believing that a live frog would make it through such a rigorous cleansing process.

Taylor Farms issued a statement, saying in part:

"Our organic farming practices help promote biodiversity and healthy ecosystems on and around our farms. We will continue to work tirelessly to provide the freshest, finest quality veggies for consumers."

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